un•clock•a•ble (uhn-klok-uh-buhl) adjective
1. A complimentary word used to describe a M2F transsexual whose feminine appearance is convincing.
The one on the left is a girl, Laith Ashley. The one on the right is a boy, Zayn Malik. It's a shame that society forces biological men and women to learn the difference to avoid awkward situations.
In related news, a U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh district dealt a major blow to President Obama's Gay Agenda.
The court heard an appeal by a lesbian who claimed she was discriminated against when she was terminated from her job for living as an openly gay woman.
A lower court dismissed the woman's case because Title VII anti-discrimination law does not apply to gays and transgenders.
The appeals court agreed with the lower court's decision that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act protects against discrimination based on biological sex -- not sexual behaviors.
The court's ruling slapped aside the Obama Administration's Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) statement that Title VII did include sexual orientation and gender identity.
Rather than misinterpret the law, as Obama loves to do, the appeals court decided to interpret the law "as it exists and not legislate from the bench".
“This decision is a blow to the Obama administration distortion of Title VII regulations to mean something other than prohibition of discrimination based upon biological sex,” said Gary McCaleb, senior counsel for the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF).
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